A World of Make Believe

Sunday, April 22, 2018
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Music sparks the imagination! It transports us to faraway lands and leads us on thrilling adventures. Discover how music and imagination work hand in hand as your St. Louis Symphony Orchestra takes you on a journey through make-believe. Hear family favorites by the legendary John Williams, including Superman March, E.T. Flying Theme and much more! 

A World of Make Believe is part of a series of family concerts from the St. Louis Symphony. 

Arrive early for fun pre-show activities just for kids! Stop by the instrument playground in the Wightman Grand Foyer prior to the concert to try out instruments from each of the music families and have your child's photo taken with a princess and superhero! Symphony volunteers will be on hand to help in this up-close and personal musical experience. 

3 p.m. at Powell Hall. Tickets start at just $8.

More information and tickets: slso.org

 

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